Question about Geo Metro
For what engine, or dash coolant. ( suzuki has up 3 heat sensors)
1 of dash, 1 for enigine 1 for A/v
both are very near the thermostat housing.
1.3L or 1.6L engine.
alldatal.com has the drawings.
post symptoms, we work symptoms and do simple tests to find problems.
please ask, or post engine size, the size spec, is stated on the
sticker under the hood. G13 (3 cyl) G16, (4cyl)
Posted on Jun 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1994 Geo Metro sputtered and
have a budy turn the key on but do not try to start you take the gass cap off and lission to see if you hear a whine or buzz for bout 2 sec try turing the key on and a few times if you hear a buzz then the fuel pump is probabley workinf if not then check fuse and relay first also check timing belt
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
The hood will be the same, but the bumper will be different: the Geo Metro had its turn signals in the bumper and the Chevy Metro had them in with the headlights. The bumpers also look different, however their mounts may be the same. If your sister wants fer car to look the same you should find a bumper from a 1998-2001 Chevy Metro.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
If your geo is losing power ,first thing to do is a comprision test .
if its testing any thing below 100 psi you may have to replace the piston rings.
Posted on May 13, 2009
The problem I've had with metro's is the pre-cat located in the exhaust manifold itself. If you don't live in California, you don't even need this piece of junk. It overheats the heads and makes it crack, or makes the head gasket leak. Removal is rather easy though. Remove the exhaust manifold and chip that baby out, use a shop vac to remove the pieces. If your model don't have one, it will usually be the one on the exhaust pipe itself. But you already replaced that. Try a short test run with the manifold disconnected and see if acceleration improves to rule this out as a potential problem. Also check your TPS, (Throttle Posotion Switch) with an ohm meter to be sure it hasnt developed any dead spots. Yet another source of trouble seems to be a stuck EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculator) valve. This will allow too much exhaust to enter your fresh fuel air mixture, decreasing detonation, and slowing acceleration.
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
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